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SAI Pan Pipes Fall10

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A Word from the National President G Dear Members of Sigma Alpha Iota, will continue in that position in addition to her new position as editor of PAN PIPES. Also in this issue of PAN PIPES is information about our Music Education reetings to all of you as you begin another year in SAI! As you plan your year, please read about the wonderful service the first things to be cut. Music teachers try to continue their programs with ever projects that some of our chapters have done. Then look decreasing resources. Our Music Education Outreach Grants hope to help those at the needs in your community or on your campus and do teachers with grants of up to $5000 to aide their programs. Obviously the need something. Outreach Grants. In this time of budget shortfalls, music education is often one of is great, and the number of applications we receive far outweighs the number of My favorite part of our summer National Executive Board meetings is reading grants we are able to give. We have challenged each of our eight regions to raise about the incredible work that our members and chapters are doing and selecting enough money to fund a grant, and I encourage each of you as individual members the national award winners. Congratulations to the National Collegiate Chapter to contribute both your time and talents to this effort. Award winner, Sigma Sigma Chapter at the University of Minnesota, and the National Alumnae Chapter Award winner, the Des Moines Alumnae Chapter. Both children's education, who will? If we don't work to ensure that music continues to be an important part of our of these chapters have truly exemplified the ideals of SAI and found ways to further the cause of music in their communities. I know you will also be inspired by the With SAI love, accomplishments of our National Collegiate Leadership Award winner, Sigma Chi's Alaina Galliford, and National Alumnae Leadership Award winner, Geraldine Barretto-Sims. We are pleased to introduce Heather Davis as the new Editor of PAN PIPES. Heather is an incredibly talented SAI, with skills in business and marketing as well as instrument repair. She is currently serving as our Region VI Regional Officer and Elizabeth M. Nordling National President CONTACT SAI One Tunnel Road Asheville, NC 28805 ( (828) 251-0606 2 (828) 251-0644 @ ON THE COVER: Sheryl Crow photo courtesy Universal Music Group. Photo by Mark Seliger.

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